Zelensky claims that Putin is looking for ways to blame Ukraine for the terrorist massacre in Moscow

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stated in a late-night video speech this Saturday, March 23, that Russian President Vladimir Putin is looking for a way to divert blame for the jihadist terrorist massacre perpetrated on Friday, March 22 in a room concerts near Moscow. A spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry has already stated that Zelensky is “the only head of state crazy enough to blame Russia for the terrorist attack.” Eleven terrorists have already been arrested after the jihadist attack on a Moscow concert hall where there were more than six thousand people attending a rock concert. Four of the detainees are the gunmen who killed more than 130 people in cold blood and injured more than 150. “They tried to hide and headed towards Ukraine, where, according to preliminary information, a window was prepared for them on the Ukrainian side to cross the state border,” Putin said hours after the attack and once the terrorists were detained. Zelensky, in the message released tonight, suggests that Putin use his men to fight terrorism in his country instead of invading Ukraine.

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